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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1899)
Fast Time on Steel
The Burlington make all their fast
time ON STEEL. Its much easier,
however, to make fast time on pape
but the Burlington prefer the steel
as they can place more dependence
in it. Leave Lincoln 4:55 p. m.
arrive Chicago 8: Ifi p, in. only 15
hours and 20 minutes and always
Cltv Ticket Office, Cor. 10th and O Sis.
Burlington l)et"i ? Si., Bet. P and Q.
The Y. W. C. A. will hold Its Geneva
meeting In the chapel Sunday after
noon, The delegates to the Geneva con
ference last summer. Miss Marie Jen
sen, Miss Bertha Walvoord and others,
will report on what was done there. Of
ficers of the International board of tho
Y. W. C. A. were present at this con
ference. All tho prominent eastern col
leges, Including Wellesley, Smith, Vas
ear and Bryn Mawr, were well repre
sented. ThlB meeting cannot fail to bo
especially Interesting. Special music
will be given and all young ladies are
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The mass meeting in tho chapel
Tuesday morning elected tho following
student members on the college settle
ment board: Grace E. Coolc, Jennie L.
Fox, Emlle Fauquet and Robert C.
Lansing. Tho faculty members elected
Inst spring are Professors Swezey, Cald
well and Candy. The first meeting of
the new board was called for Wednes
day at 5 o'clock In Prof. Swezey's office.
Officers elected for the coming year
are: Professor Swezey, president; Miss
Cook, secretary, and Mr. Lansing, treas
urer. Plans were discussed for tho
year's work, but no new features are
yet decided upon. The ' work now in
hand is to select superintendents and
procure the teaching force. O. L. An
derson, '94, and wife are tho residents
at the college settlement to succeed Mr.
and Mrs. Fauquet.
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HISTORICAL SOCIETY NOTES.
The annual meeting of the Nebraska
state historical society -will bo held on
the second Tuesday and Wednesday In
January. One entire evening will bo
devoted to the discussion of the old
overland freighting business. Requests
are being sent out now to all of the old
freighters for information.
Miss Daisy Palin has been at work
all summer preparing papers for the
The society is preparing a card index
of the names of all the cities. townB
and postofllces In Nebraska.
Mrs. M. Frltsche has loaned to the
society an old family crest. It Is hand
painted and Is estimated to be between
two hundred and three hundred years
old. It is the crest of the Lummer
family, of which Mrs. Frltsche 13 a de
scendant The family habitat was
Koln of the lower Rhine. The crest
will be framed and photographs of it
will bo sent to the historical society of
the lower Rhino with a request for
more information. Mrs. Frltsche also
brought In a penholder, silver mounted
and made of wood from the Mexican
A large glass case is being construct
ed, which will contain all relics col
lected by the First Nebraska regiment
in the Philippines. It will be called
the First Nebraska Philippine collec
tion. Lieutenant Colonel F. D. Eager
has donated a fine collection. Luther
Abbott of Fremont has also contributed
some Interesting relics.
The society Is now considering the
advisability of sending out to all tho
school districts surplui reports of the
state agricultural and horticultural so
cieties. Librarian J. Barrett has In prepara
tion a large map of the state of Ne
braska twelve feet long. The map is to
be strictly accurate and one up-to-date.
Mr. Barrett Is also getting up a physi
cal geography of tho state for use in
J3y having it clad in a pair of our styl
ish, handsome and exquisitely fitting
Shoes. The foot that U fitted with a
fj pair of our up-to-date women's fine
$ $3.50 Shoes, or a pair of our men's
S3. 00 or $3.50 Shoes, is a foot that is
handsome to look at, comfortable to
the owner, and will not need a new
pair for many a day. Our sho.es are
unsurpassed for Beauty, Style, and
Perkins, Sheldon & Chamberlain Company,
1129 O Street, LINCOLN.
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There was a sign upon the fenco
And every sinner that passed by
Touched a finger to it and
They'd flay, and wipe it off;
"Why, bo 'tis!"
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